The race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination is likely to become a contest between the two most accomplished grievance politicians in the U.S.
Author: Bill Schneider, The Hill
Two Ways Joe Biden Gets Reelected
Biden needs an economic boom like the one that saved Bill Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Biden Just Launched His 2024 Campaign
Biden’s speech was mostly a call for unity at a time when partisanship may be veering toward violence.
Back to the Future in America: Jim Crow and the New Deal
Trump-style cultural populism has triumphed over economic populism, but public works might still win the day.
Deja Vu All Over Again: Tea Party Tactics & Realpolitik
The speakership battle has empowered the radical right.
DeSantis: Angling To Become King of ‘the Stupid Party’
What he’s offering is Trumpism without Trump. But will it work?
Reshuffling the Primaries: What It Means
With Clyburn’s continued support, Biden is virtually certain to win South Carolina.
2024 Frontrunner Tussle Gets Interesting
Trump ended up as the big loser of the 2022 midterm.
What Happened? Expectations, Polls and the ‘Red Mirage’
Every election is a game of expectations.
This Is Not Your Normal Midterm Election
In all other midterms, the president’s job approval rating has been the main determinant – not this year.